LifeWay to focus on digital retail, close brick-and-mortar stores
LifeWay Christian Resources is making a strategic shift of resources to a dynamic digital strategy. As part of the transition, LifeWay will close its 170 brick-and-mortar stores in 2019.
How Long Will It Take to Read President Obama’s Essential Books? You Don’t Want to Know
POTUS gave WIRED his essential books list. This is how long it would take to read them.
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Focal Point Ministries
Pastor Mike answers the question, “Do Christians really need to go to church with all the resources available in our digital world?”
Case study of one author's Amazon ranks
British indie author Jane Steen examines the impact of Amazon's imprints on the categories targeted by her self-published novels and learns interesting lessons
How Do Literary Agents Approach Diversity?
How do agents—generally considered the gatekeepers to publishing companies—approach the issue of diversity in the publishing industry?
101 Books To Read This Summer Instead of '50 Shades of Grey'
This epic flowchart goes to great lengths to help you help yourself put down the trashy erotica. Share it if you know anybody who's reading "50 Shades" right now.
Why This Christian Doesn't Need a Perfect Bible
Either the Bible is true or it isn’t. Chances are if you’ve spent any time in church or engaged in religious debate with a Christian, you’ve encountered this sentence in one form or another. It’s the premise that the Bible is an all-or-nothing proposition; either inerrant and without blemish—or useless. This idea often surfaces during some moment of… Continue Reading Why This Christian Doesn’t Need a Perfect Bible
How Black Books Lit My Way Along The Appalachian Trail
"I can confirm that one does not walk 2,000 miles across the face of this country as a black woman without building up an incredible sense of self."
How to Protect Your Library With Medieval Book Curses
Medieval scribes protected their work by threatening death, or worse.